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Getæl nīwra worda and earfoðra worda[adiht fruman]
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Note that in this list: "ȝ"=IPA "j", "ċ"=IPA "t͡ʃ", "sċ"=IPA "ʃ", and "ċȝ"=IPA "d͡ːʒ".
Note that etymologies or rationales for the Old English neologisms should be put after the Modern English translation in square brackets, like so:
Abbreviations used are: sm/sn/sf = strong masculine/neuter/feminine; wm/wn/wf = weak masculine/neuter/feminine; indecm/indecn/indecf = indeclinable masculine/neuter/feminine; w-dec. = w-declension; u-dec. = u declension; i-mut. = i-mutated; pl. = plural; aj = adjective; desc. = modifier for a noun (a "describer") other than an adjective; av = adverb; w1/w2/w3 = weak verb class; s1/s2/.../s7b = strong verb class.
- Þēodsc (aj), Þēodscland (sm) – German, Germany [see the Gesprec:Þēodscland for details]
- ymbhlūd (sm) – umlaut ["ymbe" + "hlūt", etymological calque from German Umlaut]
Are there any examples of "hlūd" being used as a noun in OE? If not (and I am not aware of any), I think it would be better to stick with a meaning calque. Ƿes hāl! 08:23, 13 Þrimilcemōnaþ 2013 (UTC)